A zoo in China where a donkey was pushed into a tiger enclosure and mauled to death has erected a statue in its memory.
The 'Unnamed Donkey' monument was installed outside the pit where a donkey was tipped in with the tigers last month by an angry shareholder involved in a dispute with the safari attraction.
An accompanying sign reads: 'I was born in the country on the farm. I should have grown up to have children and enjoy life on earth. This monument is calling for justice. I died in vain and should be remembered.'
A video of the incident caused outrage on social media and thousands backed The Donkey Sanctuary's letter to the zoo - and the charity continues to push for a response.
Dawn Vincent, head of communications at The Donkey Sanctuary, said: 'The images of the terrified donkey will live long in the memories of the 23,000 people who signed our petition calling on the zoo to ensure this never happens again.
'Neither they nor the Chinese Embassy have responded to that petition but we shall continue to request that they do. This monument is a sad reminder of a truly dreadful act of animal welfare abuse against an innocent victim.
'The outpouring of global anger against the incident is a reminder that animal abuse can never be condoned or tolerated.'
The Donkey Sanctuary is awaiting a response to the letter it wrote on behalf of the thousands of people who signed a petition seeking assurances from the zoo around the prevention of future incidents.